OSHA Enforcement: Meeting the OSHA Initiative on Temporary Workers
Duration: 90 Minutes
With OSHA's new initiative to ensure the health and safety of temporary workers program, procedural changes to your operations may be required. This course will provide the necessary decision making and determination as to what will be required.
Objectives of the Presentation
Why Should you Attend
- Definitions and key points/requirements of the OSHA initiative
- Overview of OSHA standards and requirements impacted through the initiative including the OSHA recordkeeping standard, whistleblower protection, etc.
- Changes to the OSHA compliance officers guidance when conducting an inspection
- Impact on host employers/staffing agencies
This course will offer an insight into the potential relationship between the employer and the employee as it relates to safety and health issues. You need to understand your responsibilities for temporary employees at your site as it relates to training, PPE, and OSHA recordability for injuries/illnesses. This training program will provide the details of the OSHA initiative, determination as to whether the employee is considered as your site employee and if so what programs or processes must be established to comply.
Who can Benefit
- Brief OSHA history
- OSHA's initiative on temporary workers - its history and requirements. Why?
- Who is a temporary worker?
- The host employer and staffing agencies roles and responsibilities
- Define and describe the requirements and liabilities if found to be the responsibility of host employer
- Staffing agencies requirements
- Safety training needs
- Personal Protective Equipment - needs and responsibilities
- Who provides PPE? The host employers or staffing agencies?
- Employee rights and responsibilities
- Hazard recognition
- Whistle Blower protections
- Site Managers and Supervisors
- HR Managers
- Safety Managers or Site Safety Engineers
- Site Legal Representation
- Site Medical
- Staffing Agency Management